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Introduction to the North Preserve
The FallingWaters North Preserve gated community occupies a secluded 31 acre site in a natural area of forested preserve on the west side of US41 north of Naples. It is close to spectacular beaches, Golf courses and other recreational amenities. There are plenty of restaurants, shops and good schools nearby.
Passing through the 24 hour gated entrance, you are greeted by spectacular waterfalls, lakes and tropical fauna in the professionally landscaped grounds. A garden path meanders by a lake with waterfall to reach the extra large heated swimming pool with its gazebo and sunbathing areas.
The ninety exclusive two and three bedroom condominiums are spacious and elegent, each has two bathrooms, a large lanai and an oversized garage with private parking area. The interiors are finished to a high specification with 10
foot ceilings on the first floor units, the second floor units have vaulted ceilings. All units are fully air conditioned and are fitted with a fire sprinkler system and smoke detectors
The attractive two storey condominium buildings have a textured cement exterior wall finish and Spanish concrete roof tiles and are matched by the seperate garages. The community grounds and buildings are managed and maintained by an active Condominium owners Association.
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Last updated on Tue 31 Mar 2020 10:00 PM GMT
Two men detained following robbery near Bonita Springs McDonald's
An aviation unit was launched and a K-9 unit was sent out to search for the people responsible.
School District of Lee County: Prom is canceled
For now, the district is still planning to hold commencement exercises for graduation. However, they said they will continue follow CDC guidelines and modify plans as needed.
Expecting mothers asked to have virtual visits with OBGYNs
OBGYN’s are using Lee Telehealth to make appointments with their patients, and they said the less interaction, the better.
LaBelle residents break social distancing, throw “Coronavirus Party”
“People are dying, I don’t think it’s funny at all. People are losing their lives and it’s... really bad," the witness said. "They need to take it serious, and until they have it is when they take it seriously and it’s too late.”
Local business shifts gears to make face shields for workers on the front lines of the pandemic
With a nationwide need for masks, the business is now retooling it’s equipment and turning them into plastic face shields.
WATCH LIVE: White House Coronavirus Task Force holds news conference
President Trump is expected to begin speaking at 5:15 p.m.
Gun shops report record sales during coronavirus pandemic
Cape Coral police have a warning: is your right to own a gun, but make sure you do it responsibly.
Grant launched to help food workers who lost their jobs during the pandemic
On Friday, the National Restaurant Association launched the “Restaurant Employee Relief Fund,” where food workers who have lost their jobs or had their hours cut can turn for help.
Coconut Point Target employee tests positive for coronavirus
The store has been deep cleaned and sanitized, according to the company.
Forecast: Front arrives overnight tonight
The persistent rain-free and hot weather pattern our area has been stuck in of late will come to a pause overnight tonight as a weather front approaches our area from the west and northwest.
Wild goats take over Welsh town during COVID-19 lockdown
North Wales Police received a call over the weekend about the wild goats.
NBC2 Weather School: Watches and Warnings
Join NBC2 First Alert Meteorologist Rob Duns in the kitchen as he explains the difference between a weather watch and a weather warning using baking as a relatable example for kids.
NBC2 Weather School: What’s Up With The Jet Stream?
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Have you seen this Charlotte County credit card thief?
The unknown thief stole a purse from a car parked at Prime Steakhouse on March 24.
Couple donates wedding flowers to Golisano Children's Hospital
16 arrangements were sent to the hospital.
Dog trained to deliver groceries to neighbor with health problems
Karen Eveleth, trained her dog, Sundance, to help deliver food to a neighbor suffering from COPD.
Here's a list of all coronavirus deaths in Southwest Florida
Here's what we know about the cases in Southwest Florida.
Average gas price falls below $2 a gallon in the United States
Experts predict that gas prices will continue to drop beyond $2, to between $1.25 to $1.50 per gallon in the next few months.
LIVE BLOG: Everything you need to know about COVID-19
This is a daily round-up of all the things you need to know about regarding the coronavirus in our Southwest Florida community.
Edison and Ford Winter Estates to post virtual tours on Facebook during pandemic
Edison and Ford Winter Estates is closed to the public, but you can still explore the historic landmark on Facebook.
Port Charlotte man dies in crash on Hollis Avenue
William Slater, 69, died, according to Florida Highway Patrol.
LCSO helps 12-year-old celebrate her birthday
Happy Birthday, Kylie!
Students can get homework help over the phone
Teachers will also be able to locate resources and other materials they need for lesson plans.
Harriet from Southwest Florida Eagle Cam hatches new eaglet
E15 hatched at 5:29 a.m. on March 31.
Florida sheriff wants new leads following Netflix series
The documentary quickly rose to the top of Netflix charts after it's March 20 release.
#NEED2SHARE: Chick-Fil-A surprises Lehigh Acres girl
A Lehigh Acres girl who wrote "I miss Chick-Fil-A" on her house got a special surprise.
Premier Mobile Health Services to offer telehealth to Southwest Floridians
Patients can now schedule appointments and fill prescriptions from their homes during the coronavirus pandemic.
Sociologist known for walking almost every block of New York City died of coronavirus
"We weren't ready for this at all. We didn't say goodbye. We didn't think we had to say goodbye," Helmreich's son Jeffrey said.
News 2 Use: March 31
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NYU Langone tells emergency doctors to decide who gets intubated, WSJ reports
"You will have support in your decision making at the department and institutional level to withhold futile intubations," the email said.
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Amazon fires worker who led warehouse walkout
The employee who was fired was supposed to be under quarantine, Amazon confirmed.
Deputies chase woman who wouldn't pull over for traffic stop
The chase was brief and ended inside Mariposa off Whippoorwill Lane in Naples.
Thief steals NCH nurse's new car after grueling 12-hour shift fighting coronavirus
She noticed there was glass on the ground where her car was once parked.
Neighbors host parade for 6-year-old's birthday during coronavirus outbreak
“To see people that actually take the time out of their day to make my child feel special really just makes me want to spread the love in our community too," Krista Rojas said.
Pelican Bay to close private beaches
While the beaches may be closed, members can still place an order for pickup at Sandbar, a restaurant located at Pelican Bay's South Beach.
Florida man arrested for allegedly spraying bottle of what he claimed was coronavirus on business doors
While the man went into the business, he allegedly sprayed the doors and the surrounding area with the unknown substance.
Seed to Table shoppers question store safety while business continues as usual
“We’re blessed to be keeping all of our employees, we have close to 2,000 employees and every single employee is working right now,” owner Alfie Oakes said.
Teacher delivers hopeful chalk messages, pinwheels to students home from school
A fifth-grade teacher delivered pinwheels personalized with each of her student's names and a hopeful message.
Fort Myers Beach suspends vacation rentals, recommends residents and visitors stay home
The Town Council passed the declarations during a special meeting on Monday afternoon in which they discussed the town's emergency response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Hendry and Glades County say they're prepared for coronavirus
Joe Pepe is the Florida Department of Health's Administrator for Hendry and Glades County. He said the County has been preparing for a high number of patients suffering from the coronavirus since December.
Grocery stores large and small restocked with meat, produce
It is unclear when hand sanitizer and toilet paper will become readily available in grocery stores again.
Used gloves, face masks, more found littered all over Lee County
People have been dumping their used gloves, face masks, and cleaning wipes on the ground of parking lots at stores in our area.
Cape Coral mayor hesitant about declaring ‘stay at home’ order
Today Cape Coral Mayor, Joe Coviello, said he’s happy Lee County is asking people over the age of 65 to stay inside, but he’s worried this precaution isn’t enough to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Man spotted wearing homemade mask while grocery shopping
Masks are really only needed for those who already have symptoms, said Robert Hawkes, the Director of the Physician Assistant Program at FGCU.
Coronavirus is deadly for small businesses, according to FGCU study
The preliminary numbers are out from the study that surveyed more than 600 companies, and it shows that small businesses have been hit the hardest.
Collier County domestic violence shelter continues to work to protect victims during pandemic
If you are a victim seeking shelter or assistance please call their 24/7 crisis hotline at 239-775-1101.
Owner of Punta Gorda hot dog stand told too many people were congregating nearby by deputies
Charleston said the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office and ATF were called to Hawgz and Dawgz where they told Charleston there were too many people congregating in one area.
Lee County students start first day of 'distance learning'
The district said they're even prepared to keep classes online until the end of the year if need be.
Florida public schools closed through May 1
According to CCPS, the Florida Commissioner of Education directed all public schools to continue to be closed through May 1.
Here's a look at all the coronavirus cases in Southwest Florida
Here's a list of all coronavirus cases in Southwest Florida.
NCAA decision leads to big changes for FGCU
The decision by the NCAA comes after they canceled the remainder of the winter and spring sports seasons as well as the NCAA basketball tournaments, which bring in a majority of the money.
Charlotte County Public Schools furloughs substitute teachers
Charlotte County Public Schools has furloughed some substitute teachers.
Lee County deputies ask people to not call with non-emergency coronavirus concerns
Deputies said these calls should not be coming to the Lee County Sheriff's Office because they waste resources.
City of Naples extends beach closures through April 30
On March 18, the city had announced the beach closures could be extended as the local government responds to the public health crisis.
Dog adopted after man abandoned her, claiming she would give him coronavirus
As a happy ending to a sad story, Daisy now has a forever home.
NBC2 Weather School: Baking Up A Storm
Join NBC2 First Alert Meteorologist Rob Duns in the kitchen as he relates to your students how baking muffins is similar to forming hurricanes.
NBC2 Weather School: Types of Clouds
Join NBC2 First Alert Chief Meteorologist Allyson Rae as she explains the 10 most common clouds.
Can hot and humid weather kill COVID-19?
The claim that steamy weather can kill the virus is fictional as of right now.
Lee County commissioners adopt Florida Surgeon General's resolution
Lee County leaders adopted the State Surgeon General's COVID-19 resolution Monday morning.